FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1947
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Work Out
In Ann Arbor
Michigan students who weren't
around when Tommy Harmon
was cavorting in the Wolverine
backfield a few years ago will have.
a chance to see the former All-
American in action-at least in
practice-when the Los Angeles
Rams of the National pro foot-
ball ,league train here bettw.-en
Oct. 5 and 10.
During the practice session, in
preparation for the Rams' games
with the Green Bay Packers and
the Detroit Lions, the West Coast
team will stay at the Michigan
They will hold their daily work-
outs at Island Park' while using
the locker and shower facilities of
St. Thomas High School. There
'are 35 players in the traveling
For the uninitiated, Harmon
played for the Wolverines from
1938-1940, and "No. 98" will go
down in Michigan athletic history
as one of the all-time Maize and
Besides playing for the Rams in
the fall, Harmon has a sports
radio program and has appeared
in two films since he left Mich-
igan. He played the lead role in
"Harmon of Michigan" and took
the part of a college rowing crew
coach in "The Sweetheart of Sig-
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Hard Rocks in
Win Semi-Final Tilts
In I-M Tournament
It's the Hardrocks versus the
West Lodgers in the finals of the
summer intramural softball tourn-
ament Monday night.
In thesemi-final battles last
night, the Hardrocks stopped a
late rally by ,Psi Upsilon to win,
10-7, while the West Lodgers
were defeating the Law Club, 8-5.
Big Innings Win
Psi Upsilon outhit the Hard
Rocks, seven to six, but a trio of
three-run innings manufactured
by the "Rocks" did the trick.
Gene Derricotte, Wolverine half-
back in the fall, was the winning
pitcher, striking out seven while
walking four. John Watkins, who
earlier in the season tossed a no-
hitter for Psi Upsilon, was the los-
er, slipping a third strike by three
while walkng four.
Ketterer, Doyce Hit
Charlie Ketterer, Wolverine
third baseman in the spring, led
the Hard Rock hitting attack with
a single and a triple, while Doyce
Strait, with two singles arid a
double, was the Psi Upsilon big
In the other contest, the Law
Club was hl.u scoreless by Protz
of the West Lodgers, except for 'a
five-run uprising in the fifth inn-
ing. The Lawyers fell one short
of tying the count, however, and
the West Lodgers went on to score
two more and sew up the game.
Dick Nicholas, who had four shut-
outs during the season for the Law
Club, suffered the defeat.
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By ARCHIE PARSONS
IT'S ONLY THE BEGINNING of August but King Football has be-
gun to seep back into the news, the local sports stores have begun
to put football equipment in their windows, and a walk past Ferry
Field will reveal prospective gridders preparing for the fall wars.
And since we wind up affairs around this office the end of
this week, it's time we took a look at football picture as far as
Michigan is concerned.
THE PICTURE looks good. No matter how many times the coaches
tell me "everybody will lose a game", no matter how many releases
from the athletic publicity department tell me about all the losses
Michigan has suffered since last season, the picture still looks good.
It's going to be a tough year, and the road over which the Maize and1
Blue grid machine must travel towards a Conference championship
and that bowl of roses waiting in Pasedena is littered with many rocks
and long, steep hills. But I personally don't thing that any team
should win any more than Michigan this year.
Now that puts -the pressure squarely on "Fritz" Crisler and
his boys, but the pressure is going to be applied from every direc-
tion this season. One national magazine already has been out to
Ann Arbor to get a "spread" on the Wolverines.
A T THE ENDS, Crisler has lost All-American Elmer Madar, but there
are Bob Mann, Ed McNeil, Len Ford, Don Hershberger and Dick
Rifenberg to fill the gap. Mann cracked a Big Nine record last year
for yards gained by pass receivers, McNeill has always rated high, and
Army will tell you all about Ford's defensive abilities-not that the
other flankmen are any slouches.
Jack Carpenter and Bob Derleth have, left the tackle slots,
but captain-elect Bruce Hilkene is there, along with "Oak Post"
Bill Pritula, and two newcomers. One "rookie" goes by the name
of Alvin Wistert, and he's the third brother of the famous All-
American clan. He won the Chicago Alumni Trophy this spring
for being the outstanding prospect during the training period.
Another newcomer is Pete Dendrinos, who transferred from
THE GUARDS are all grid veterans. Dom Tomasi, Stu Wilkins, Joe
Soboleski, Quentin Sickels, and John Lintol will all be back to put
Crisler's mind at ease about the position. Tomasi has had All-Con-
ference rating two years now.
J. T. White is back at the center post, and although "Auto-
matic" Jim Brieske has departed, White will not be alone. Danny
Dworsky, fullback for the lasttwo years, was switched to the de-
fensive center spot during the spring drills, and from all indica-
tions the change was quite successful, and Dan likes his new sur-
There's your Wolverine line for the season, and a mighty good
one it is. It's a line with experience, depth, and weight, and good
enough to bring smiles to any four faces in the backfield-which, by
the way, we'll talk about tomorrow.
Detroit Idle as Red Sox Win;
Dodgers Lose, Cardinals Gain
Rog Kessler, 'M' Golfer,
Wins Hearst Detroit Title
Defeats Frank Wilson, 9 and 8, in Finals;
Both To Fly To Los Angeles for Nationals
By The Associated Press
The Boston Red Sox crept a
half game closer to the idle De-
troit Tigers and New York Yank-
ees yesterdayby virtue of a 12-2
win over the Washington Sena-
Detroit was rained out of its
game with the Cleveland Ind-
ians, and New York and Phila-
delphia were not scheduled.
The Red Sox got 15 hits off
three Washington pitchers, in-
cluding Ted Williams' 25th hom-
er of the present campaign, while
Denny Galehouse won his sev-
enth game, giving up six hits.
In the fourth inning, the Bo-
35 .663 . . . .
45 .541 13
47 .535 13
51 .510 16
50 .474 191
53 .459 21
57 .452 22
64 .360 31
sox got six runs off Early Winn,
who was charged with the loss,
In 96 degrees of heat, Ralph
Hodgin and Rudy York led the
Chicago White Sox to an 8-4 tri-
umph over the hapless St. Louis
Browns, sweeping the three-game
series which drew a total of 5,912
Hodgin collected a single, a
double, and a homer, while York
drove in three runs with a triple
and tyvo singles.
Over in the National League,
both the St. Louis Cardinals
and the New York Giants gain-
ed on the faltering Brooklyn
Charlie (Red) Barrett limited
the Bums to three hits as the Bos-
ton Braves defeated the Dodgers
3-1, for their third victory in a
row over the league leaders. It was
the sixth Brookloss in seven
games since their 13-game winn-
ing streak was halted.
The Cardinals unleashed a
16-hit attack to down the Cin-
cinnati Reds, 9-2, and move
within four games of the Dodg-
ers. The victory was the Cards'
seventh in a row.
Two Cincinnati players were in-
jured when shortstop Eddie Miller
and outfielder Frankie Baumholtz
collided chasing Del Rice's Tex-
as Leaguer in the sixth. Three
stitches were required to close a
gash in Miller's chin and Baum-
haltz, who was carried from the
field on a stretcher, suffered a
The New York Giants kept
pace with the Cards by defeat-
ing the Phillies by the same 5-2
score of the day before to sweep
The Giants made only four hits
off the combined pitching of loser
Oscar Judd, Fred Schmidt, and
Al Jurisch, but took advantage of
a pair of wild pitches by Judd and
an error to score unearned runs.
Clarence "Hooks" Iott, who re-
lieved starter Sheldon Jones in the
fourth for the Giants, pitched
scoreless ball the rest of the way
to gain credit for his third victory.
Kirby Higbe held the Chicago
Cubs to seven scattered hits to
give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 3-0
decision. Ralph Kiner smashed
his 27th homer of the season.
special To The Daily
BIRMINGHAM, Aug. 8-(P)-~
Roger Kessler of the University
of Michigan golf team won the
Detroit Times Hearst junior golf
championship this afternoon. He
defeated Frank Wilson, Pontiac
In S. America
For Joe Louis
NEW YORK, Aug. 7-(gP)-The
deep and dulcet tones of fight
manager Al Weill's vocal equip-
ment were working overtime to-
night-he's got a new heavyweight
"white hope" from South Ameri-
The lastest shipment of Argen-
tine beef, not subject to govern-
mental quarantine, is named An-
gel Sotillo, and he hails from San-
ta Cruz, Argentina.
The six foot-two, 200 pound,
27-year-old Sudamericano stepped
from a plane at Newark Airport
tonight, and Weill immediately be-
gan knocking on the doors of Mad-
ison Square Garden officials to
line up a fight for him.
"We want Baksi, Tandberg,
Walcott-anybody," insisted Weill.
He said his gladiator has had
100 fights and has won 70 of them
by knockouts. He's lost only four
scraps and has never been on the
deck, according to Weill.
Arturo Godoy, the Chilean sub-
mariner who lost in 15 rounds to
Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis
and then was kayoed in eight
rounds in a return go, recommend-
ed Sotillo to Weill.
Weill, who has handled ex-
lightweight Champion Lou Am-
bers, ex-Featherweight Champion
Joey Archibald and who now man-
ages ex-Welterweight titlist Mar-
ty Servo, was making noises like
he believed he might have the
successor to Louis' crown.
High School star, 9 and 8, in the
Kessler romped through the
field during the week-long tour-
nament playing near-par golf in
every match. For the 28 holes
played in the finals he was only
five over regulation figures, an
excellent showing considering the
the heat and the amount of golf
played during the week.
The Wolverine star was 73 for
the morning round to be four up.
His opponent split his finger on
the 21st hole and was out of the
running from there on, losing five
Kessler and Wilson will both fly
to the West Coast next week to
compete in the Hearst National
junior golf championship at Los
Angles Country Club.
Hogan Leads Open
SPOKANE, Aug. 7--(P)--Tree-
lined fairways, tricky greens and
influenza staged a three-way at-
tack on little Ben Hogan and he
beat them all, carding a five-under
par 65 to tie with Herman Keiser
for the lead in the $10,000 Esmer-
'IT'S CREW-CUT TIME'
Be you flat, round, or square
headed - we'll design one to
fit your Personality. 8 bar-
hers - No waiting. Fan-
cooled! Tonsorial queries in-
The Daseoia Barbers
Between State and
Boston 12, Washington 2
Chicago 8, St. Louis 4
Cleveland at Detroit, rain
New York and Philadelphia,
*I A * *A
St. Louis 58
New York 55
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44 .569 4
43 .561 5
49 .529 8
57 .472 14
56 .456 15%2
60 .423 19
63 .388 22x/
Boston 3, Brooklyn 1
St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 2
New York 5, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 0
from 1 P.M.
It's Greater Movie Season
riday and --
ALTERATIONS, custom-made clothes,
remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
ice. Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron.
LEAVING SCHOOL. CALL 6449. We will
help move your baggage and trunks.
Collins Service. )76
ALTERATIONS-Now is the time to
lengthen fall garments. Alta Graves,
phone 2-2678. )80
WANTED TO BUY
46-47 FORD, chev. or plymouth club
coupe or convertible at reasonable
price for cash. Call 4489 after 6:00
LOST AND FOUND
for Thrifty Women
COOL DRESSES for those hot August days - the very
styles you've been seeing in stock for twice the price and
COTTONS - RAYONS - SHEERS - CREPES - JERSEYS
SHARKSKINS - WHITE PASTELS DARK, BLACK PRINTS
STRIPES - Dresses to give zest to your vacation wardrobe.
Many can be worn through the Winter. Such outstanding
values you'll want two - three - even more.
ACCORDIAN 120 bass "Moreschi," made
in Italy. Three treble and one bass
shift. Beautiful to see and hear.
Sacrifice by student $300.00. Phone
8-10 a.m. or 3-5 p.m. 2-2366. )97
RALEIGH ALL STEEL man's bike com-
plete. Accessories, dyna-hub, almost
new. Call between 9-10 p.m. 335 E.
MATCHING PERIOD davenport and
chair. Old rose, carved walnut frame.
Almost new. Call after 3 p.m. 2655
Whitewood, Pittsfield Village. )89
BEAUTIFUL Diamond Wedding Ring-
left at the altar. Five matched full
cut registered blue white diamonds
(approximately 1 carot each). In
simple fish-tail type platinum set-
ting. Save $100 on present retail
price of $450. Reply box 12, Michi-
gan Daily. )92
CHAISE LOUNGE $15, gate leg table,
$15, large maple stand $10. Tele-
phone 2-2035. )85
BEAUTIFUL YOUNG PARAKEETS and
Canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
562 South 7th Street, Phone 5330. )93
ARGUS C-3 CAMERA complete with
case and accessories. Call Ypsi 3596-
J5 or write R. L. Weiss, 1086 Goshen
Court, Willow Run. )98
1939 DESOTO Tudor, Perfect running
condition, $750 cash. 1257 Rutland,
Willow Village, after 5:30 p.m. )57
SIMMONS DAVENPORT-Converts in-
to double bed. Practically new and
in excellent condition. Phone 9785.
WHITE, refrigerator - like ice box.
Holds 75 lbs. $15.00. 313 South 5th
Ave. Tel. 26857. )60
GLOUCESTER Maple bedroom suite,
mahogany coffee table, overstuffed
chairs, maple desk and chair, single
box springs and mattress, maple side
table, maple occasional chair, maple
corner cupboard, Imperial candlewick
glassware. 2301 Pittsfield Blvd.,
Pittsfield Village. )74
AIR FORCE surplus sun glasses. $2.95.
A4 base lens. Polished ground glass.
The best sun glass buy in the coun-
try. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
LOST: Cordovan wallet. Contents: driv-
ers license, social security card and
other papers of importance to me
only. Contact J. L. Popkin, 4187. )94
WANTED TO RENT
TWO ENGINEERING STUDENTS, vet-
erans, desperately need double room
for fall near campus. 416 Winchell
STUDENT VETERAN desires room for
fall-spring. Please contact Stuart
McLeod, 321 Adams House. Call 2-
TEACHING FELLOW and employed
wife need apartment. Call Mrs.
Bond, 4121 Ext. 2299 during day,
2-6779 evenings. )27
MALE GRADUATE student, veteran.
desires single or double room fall
semester. Paul Roten, 207 Winchell
House, 2-4401. )49
VETERAN GRADUATE student and
wife teaching in nursery school de-
sire apartment. Reply Box 9, Mich-
igan Daily. )51
WANTED-Furnished Apartment im-
mediately by reliable graduate stu-
dent and wife.eNochildren or pets.
Have transportation. Call Ypsi. 3047-
W. ) 61
APT, close to campus wants exchange
with Detroit as soon as possible. 2
or 3 rooms. Call 6327, 3-5. )77
DOUBLE ROOM for two student vet-
erans for Fall-Spring term. Tele-
phone 8612, Bob Smith. )72
MIDDLE AGED graduate couple desire
apartment for year, preferably fur-
nished. Phone 4718. )83
DRIVING TO NEW YORK CITY Aug.
15. Room for four passengers. Phone
Mike, 8470. )96
STUDENT couple desire ride to Mar-
quette, Mich., or vicinity Aug. 15
'or shortly after. Contact A. W. Ny-
quist, 1217 Sudbury Ct., Willow Run
MALE GRADUATE student desires ride
to Miami, Fla. or general vicinity.
Will share expenses and driving.
Willing to leave on or about Aug.
16 or Aug. 23. Call 2-8218. )64
RIDE Washington, D.C. wanted, two
people. Share driving, etc. Leaving
about Aug. 16. Darnell Roaten, 2-
7367. ) 78
ENGINEERING SENIOR with 5 years
experience in railroad automotive
and aviation drafting. Skilled in lay-
out design, illustration. Start Sep-
tember. Box 13, Michigan Daily. )871
CHILD CARE WANTED: Chemistry,
teaching fellow wants 3%-year girl
cared for by educated, refined woman
in or near Ann Arbor. Probably 8-5,1
5 days. About $40 monthly. Phone
25-7888 evenings and weekends. )88'
MAGAZINE "publisher is seeking secre-
tary who knows shorthand and type-
writing. Also seeking circulation as-
sistant with typing ability. Call
7205 for interview. )62
LADIES-Eearn good income, build
permanent business taking orders
for famous Sheba Ann Frocks. Lat-
est fall creations by America's top
designers-bonus-free portfolio. F.
W. Warrington, 423 Lafayette Bldg.,
Detroit 26. )73
COED TO EXCHANGE board and room
for part time housework. State ref-
erences, Reply Box 25, Daily. )46
ROOMS FOR FOUR veterans for fall
term. Willing to pay for August if
necessary. Price is no object. Notify
Box 10, Michigan Daily. )50
BOARD ONLY desired by 2 grad stu-
dents for fall term. Phone 2-0197
HELP! I need three Carmen tickets;
Saturday evening. Not necessarily
together. Call Ray Olson, 221 Adams,
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The Heat's On!
CHICAGO-(P)-The heat was
on in Northwestern University's
Dyche Stadium ticket office yes-
Every few minutes one of the
office staff ran a finger under his
wilting collar and gasped "this is
going to break all records." Fin-
ally, Walt Paulison of the Uni-
versity publicity staff strolled in,
leaned on a radiator, and recoiled
with a shriek. It was sizzling.
Someone had forgotten to turn
off the, heating system last spring.
When the boilers were fired up to-
day for showers for the All-Star
football players' workout, the rad-
Paton, Otto Gain j
Andy Paton and Fred Otto, two
Michigan tennis stars, advanc-
ed to the quarterfinals of the
Wentworth Invitational tennis
tournament yesterday. Paton
defeated J. Quackenbos, 6-2,
9-7, while Otto took care of R.
Kneen, of Boston University
3-6, 7-5, 6-1.
It's better to HAVE good
brakes than to WISH you
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8 Spring Coats - mostly Toppers
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PINAFORES PEDAL PUSHERS SWEATERS
BLOUSES HANDBAGS COSTUME JEWELRY
SKIRTS (both wool and cotton)
Originally $6.95 to $12.95
BEGINNERS Golf clubs. Call between
5-7 p.m. 1446 Washington Height,
Apartment 2. )68
TWO FORMALS size 12-14 like new.
Call 5227 after 4 p.m. )81
FLORIDA student will share expenses
with driver to Miami or vicinity on
or about August 16. Call Cal Gras-
er 2-6824 or 2-8400. )751
WANTED--A ride to Sault Ste. Marie
around August 15. Please call Jean
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